How Close to 'Business as Usual' Would a Clinton Win Be?
Mexico’s peso rallied with stocks after the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it maintains the view that Hillary Clinton’s handling of her e-mails wasn’t a crime. The yen and Swiss franc retreated with gold. Mexico’s currency, which tends to strengthen when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign has a setback, was set for its biggest jump since September ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election. European equities rebounded from a four-month low and Asian equities rose with S&P 500 Index futures. Exotix Partners CEO Duncan Wales discuss with Guy Johnson and Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."